Movies Boutique (“Lunana, a Yak in the Classroom”) has boarded “White Plastic Sky,” the animated feature debut of Tibor Bánóczki and Sarolta Szabó, the duo driving the critically thriving shorts “Les Conquerants” and “Leftover.”
A dystopian eco-fantasy, “White Plastic Sky” is set in a around long run, wherever the very last individuals stay in an synthetic dome with a really superior price for survival: At the age of 50, they are implanted with a particular seed turning them into a tree that will offer oxygen and food stuff for the group. A younger man, Stefan, supports this process until the day his spouse Nora presents her life up for voluntary implantation. Driven by his adore, Stefan decides to crack the rules of this society in purchase to conserve her.
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The venture brings together 2D and 3D and employed a rotoscoping strategy allowing the animators to trace about dwell action footage to build animation frames. Despite the fact that the animated aspect is loaded with fantasy, “White Plastic Sky” also has a robust scientific dimension as the directors labored with geologists, botanists and meteorologists to compose the script.
It is manufactured by Orsolya Sipos and József Fülöp at Salto Films in Hungary, in co-output with Juraj Krasnohorsky from Artichoke in Slovakia.
The producers said they were pleased to do the job with Films Boutique which has a very long encounter with director-pushed films and pageant hits. The pair explained the movie as an “eco-dystopian drama, a highway movie, and a adore story at the very same time.”
Gabor Greiner, COO of Movies Boutique, reported the banner was “thrilled to work with these two terribly talented administrators on such an excellent animation which not only convinces with its high creation and creative benefit but tells a robust and well timed story of our endangered ecology and surroundings bedded within just an participating like tale.”
Bánóczki and Szabó pointed out the timeliness of their venture. “Never in our record has the human awareness of our world wide existence and the recognition of the forthcoming doomsday affected and wounded our day by day lives as much as these times,” claimed the filmmakers, adding that “White Plastic Sky” is “dealing with not comfortable questions and providing just as not comfortable solutions via a deep psychological journey.”
Bánóczki and Szabó’s “Les Conquerants” played at Sundance’s New Frontier in 2012, and their next small, “Leftover” won prizes at Clermont-Ferrand competition and was nominated for greatest animated brief at the Cesar Awards in 2016.
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